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Three Corner Sat (3CS) is a mission of 3 university nanosatellites scheduled for launch in late 2002. The 3CS mission will utilize significant autonomy to perform onboard science data validation and replanning. The 3CS mission will use onboard science data validation, responsive replanning, robust execution, and anomaly detection based on multiple models.(More)
This paper presents the design and implementation of a reinforcement learning agent that automatically selects appropriate loop scheduling algorithms for parallel loops embedded in time-stepping scientific applications executing on clusters. There may be a number of such loops in an application, and the loops may have different load balancing requirements.(More)
The Colorado Space Grant Consortium (CSGC) has identified the need for a mission operations concept that supports both reusability and the integration of advanced technologies. The current application of this concept, CSGC's Citizen Explorer–I (CX-I) satellite project, supports the "faster, better, cheaper" ideology embraced by today's technological(More)
There is another set of entities that needs to be brought into the conversation about the ethical, legal, and social implications of scientific conduct. This widely varied group includes not-for-profit educational, academic, public-service, and philanthropic organizations other than the type mentioned above as well as for-profit businesses. Despite their(More)
Three Corner Sat (3CS) is a mission of 3 university nanosatellites scheduled for launch in late 2002. The 3CS mission will utilize significant autonomy to improve mission robustness and science return. The 3CS mission will use onboard science data validation, responsive replanning, robust execution, and anomaly detection based on multiple models. Flight of(More)
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